Can you explain the concept of "hooking on" as it applies to training horses?
Hey Wayne ever heard of Monty Roberts the "origional" horse whisperer, He "joins up "with the horse. Pretty impressive i must say. Hooking on may be John Lyons , who is also excellent in his taining skills .
C'mon -- A cowboy like you needs to ask . . . According to Jack Young . . . "His body language tells you that he is having a change of attitude. The horse may turn his head completely toward you, the look on his face saying plainly, "What do you want?" This is what you have been waiting for."
"Hooking on", "joining up" whatever you call it or whichever "method de jour" or "clinician" you choose to follow. It's all herd dynamics, nothing spectacular or magical or singular to one method of training or another. It's simply the horse CHOOSING to accept you as a herd member and following you. It's a matter of trust and anyone with patience can do it.
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